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Never used SkyGuard TWX. SN 320, date code 10/13. I bought this unit at Sun N fun but never got around to installing it into my 601 XLB. I no longer have aircraft so it's time to let this go. I also bought an I-Fly 720 to pair it with but this unit will work with any of the popular apps, ForeFlight, Wing X, Garmin, ETC.
I just sent this to SkyGuard for the updated gps and latest firmware in March 2016 so it's current
I paid 1350.00 for it and will sell it for 695.00 OBO. You can also go on line and download an installation supplement to permanently install this is so desired. Again this is brand new never powered up. Feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com .
I'm happy to send additional info, photos, and a PDF of the manual if interested just drop me a line.
The note pasted below is from the installation manual that came with the unit. Per Skyguard this unit is 2020 ADSB compliant for SLSA, ELSE, and Experimental with pending approval for certified aircraft too.
SkyGuardTWX "UAT/ES" ADS-B TRANSCIVER
This Transceiver is a fully integrated 978mhz UAT and 1090mhz ES ADS-B radio transceiver along with a WAAS GPS and WiFi transmitter. The unit is powered on by plugging the provided DC power adapter into any aircraft power socket that provides either 12v or 24v DC with a minimum of 3 amps. There are 5 antennas (one - 9" Blue Blade on 4 ft. coax, two - 5" black, one - 1" black, and one - 4" black) and a GPS receiver that must be installed prior to powering up the transceiver. The GPS receiver "puck" is plugged into the ADS-B transceiver unit with the "arrow" on the GPS plug pointing up. The two 5" black ADS-B receiver antennas are attached to the outside coax connectors adjacent to and at same end as the GPS plug. The left side coax connection is the 978mhz UAT receiver port and the right side coax connection is the 1090mhz ES receiver port. The 4 ft. coax cable with 9" Blade antenna is attached to the center coax connector at the same end as the GPS plug. This is the 978mhz UAT transmitter port. The 4" black antenna is attached to the coax connector that is between the transmitter port and the 978mhz UAT receiver port. The 1" black WiFi antenna and the DC power adapter plug are connected to the opposite side of the receiver.
Looks like this is now SOLD. If anything changes I'll send out an update. Thanks for all the interest and inquiries.